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Liquid soaps’ woes

kitchen-window
Photo by: Β© Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Note: This is a conversation between a pink detergent and a blue liquid hand soap. Just something light for the evening.


B: “I’m running low!”

P: “So am I…”bored

B: “I wonder when is she going to refill us?”scratch-head

P: “I think it’s going to be a long wait…”

B: “WHAT? WHY?” weird

P: “Didn’t you hear her say just now?listening Her helper quitted… and she’s not going to do any housework till her new helper comes next year… unless…”

B: “Unless what?” dont_know

P: “Unless her husband is willing to get her the latest Prada bag as her Christmas present!”

B: surprised “NO WAY! He’ll never do that!”

P: “I know… we’ll just have to wait for the new helper to come…”

B: “But they use me to wash their hands everyday!!!Β weary

P: “Good luck!” smile-smiley

(100 words)

Β© 2015 Fun Simplicity @ Simply Me. All Rights Reserved.


Written for Friday Fictioneers. Thank you Rochelle for the photo prompt.

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